Monarch Airlines Ltd. aims to conclude an order for 60 single-aisle jetliners by the end of February as the U.K. charter carrier seeks to transform itself into a discount operator along the lines of EasyJet Plc.
Spring Airlines Co., China’s biggest non state-controlled carrier, has signed an accord with Airbus SAS for 30 additional A320 jets and may buy more as government policy shifts to favor discount airlines.
Boeing Co., maker of the world’s most popular commercial aircraft, is confident to book sales of its new 737 Max single-aisle jet at the Dubai Air Show to trim Airbus SAS’s lead in the region for short-range planes.
CFM International, the General Electric Co. engine venture with Safran SA, plans to lift output by more than 10 percent by 2019 as it seeks to satisfy growing demand from Boeing Co., Airbus SAS, and China’s Comac.
Boeing Co’s redesigned 777 wide-body airliner aims to reap a record order haul by blending new and established technology, capturing the fuel savings of the 787 Dreamliner while avoiding the composite jet’s development woes.
British Airways parent IAG SA lifted its 2015 profit target by 12.5 percent as the U.K. unit benefits from growth in trans-Atlantic travel and discount arm Vueling boosts earnings at the group’s Spanish business.
Icelandic carrier Wow Air said it may buy Boeing Co. 757 or Airbus SAS A321 jets to bring more U.S. routes within range of Reykjavik and help rebuild a tourism industry after the country’s financial collapse five years ago.
JetBlue Airways Corp. delayed delivery of some Embraer SA jets, the smallest in its fleet, and ordered 35 Airbus SAS aircraft valued at $4 billion as the carrier focuses on larger, more-efficient planes.